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Five Common Causes Of Fatal Car Accidents In Bradenton And Your Rights To Compensation

By Steven G. Lavely |

Car accidents have the potential to cause fatal personal injuries. Unfortunately, they often happen due to the negligence of others involved. Our Bradenton car accident lawyer helps grieving families get a sense of justice and the compensation they need to move forward after. Find out five common causes of fatal crashes and how to… Read More »


Summer Drowsy Driving: Reduce Your Car Accident Risks

By Steven G. Lavely |

Summer is one of the busiest times of the year in Bradenton. Between picnics, outdoor hobbies, and road trips, it is easy to stay active seven days a week. It is also a busy time for visitors to the area and many residents end up working long shifts or even picking up a second… Read More »


Distracted Driving and Car Accident Risks

By Steven G. Lavely |

For residents of Florida, the situation surrounding the coronavirus pandemic continues to be an ongoing concern. Health issues, increased family pressures, and financial losses due to business closures have left us all feeling somewhat disoriented. While it is only natural to be distracted by current events, it is important to be aware of how… Read More »


Unlicensed Drivers Wreak Havoc in Florida: How to Protect Yourself

By Steven G. Lavely |

A valid driver’s license is required to operate a motor vehicle and helps to ensure compliance with traffic rules and regulations. It is also an important form of identification and aids in holding drivers accountable when car accidents and injuries happen. Unfortunately, there are a high number of unlicensed drivers in Florida and they… Read More »


Elementary School Bus Accident Results in Serious Injuries

By Steven G. Lavely |

For parents throughout Bradenton, the news of a recent car accident involving an elementary school bus raises concerns about child safety. While experts claim that riding the bus is one of the safest forms of transportation, the fact is that crashes and collisions can occur. To protect your child, it is important to speak… Read More »

Fraud on the Court

By Steven G. Lavely |

Just a reminder to whomever reads this blog and is in litigation; just like the political candidates your past is important. So is your recall. There are many attempts by insurance defense lawyers to destroy your claim. This is of course their job and fair game. Your past personal history and more importantly your… Read More »

permanent drivers’ license revocation

By Steven G. Lavely |

As we know many of us when we were younger made decisions that were without much thought of what we were doing or the long term consequences. Lately in my practice I’ve seen many people with significant drivers’ license suspensions with little relief available. Sadly, had they retained the right lawyer years ago the… Read More »

Who received the ticket? Will you hear the answer in court?

By Steven G. Lavely |

Did you know who received the “ticket” is not admissible in a Florida jury trial for negligence?  The rationale is a jury will give unfair weight to the police officer’s determination of fault in an accident.  It really makes sense if you think about it.  A jury is supposed to be the fact finder,… Read More »

trial in today’s electronic age

By Steven G. Lavely |

I’d like some feedback from my loyal blog readers.  Recently while attending a seminar there was a vendor advertising they could cull through a potential jurors facebook page and other social media sites while we were “deselecting” jurors. How would you feel if “Big Brother” was looking into your public yet private information?  What… Read More »

Beware of the “imitation leather” personal injury lawyer

By Steven G. Lavely |

Perhaps it’s just a Monday morning vent: however I felt it important to discuss the “imitation leather” personal injury lawyer. You know what I’m talking about;  the personal injury trial lawyer who appears real, but upon a closer inspection they’re an imitation of the real thing. I recently attended a legal seminar and the speaker mentioned… Read More »